Russia, Qatar reportedly will keep World Cup after FIFA 'investigation'
Nothing significant is expected to come of FIFA's investigation into the Russia and Qatar World Cup bid process, and that shouldn't surprise anybody.
Russia?s future looks bleak
BERLIN ? Russia?s present is too unbalanced to discuss, and President Vladimir Putin prefers to rehash the past. That increases the temptation to talk about the distant future, to fathom where the country?s current trajectory is leading.
FIFA say 2018 WCup final arena 'ahead of schedule'
MOSCOW (AP) ? Russia is avoiding Brazil's mistakes.
Leviathan director Andrei Zvyagintsev: Living in Russia is like being in a minefield
Oscar contender Leviathan is a frank portrayal of a corrupt Russia. In a rare interview, its director talks about his countrys eternal curse and why voting there would be a completely pointless step Andrei Zvyagintsev has a reputation for being polite but tight-lipped. Understandably. At Cannes this year, he won an award for the most searing attack on the current Russian political system ever ...
Russia Reenacts WWII March After Putin Defends Nazi Pact
Russian troops marched in Red Square to commemorate a World War II parade held under the noses of German invaders in 1941 two days after President Vladimir Putin defended a 1939 non-aggression pact with ...
Alex Ovechkin and Barry Trotz are getting along just fine
Many wondered if the Caps superstar forward and new coach would bother one another. They seem to be doing well so far
FIFA say the Luzhniki Stadium that will host the 2018 WCup final is 'ahead of schedule'
MOSCOW - Russia is avoiding Brazil's mistakes.
Closed McDonald's In Moscow Taken As A Political Message
Russia's takeover of the Ukrainian peninsula of Crimea this spring was cheered by many Russians ? many of whom have always considered Crimea a part of Russia. We'll visit the center of Russian power ? Moscow, where a shuttered McDonald's is a visible sign of tensions with the West.
FIFA inspector: Russia's World Cup stadiums ahead of schedule
FIFA inspector Chris Unger says Russia is ahead of schedule with preparations for the 2018 World Cup.
Randy Blaser: Obama gives me a case of the uh-oh?s
Oct. 20 8 a.m. More and more lately, when President Obama says stuff, I think to myself, ?Uh-oh.? Sometimes, it?s just a little bitty ?Uh-oh,? which would translate into: If this guy really believes this, we could be in trouble.